Copyright: The Copyright (Notice of Publication) Regulations, 1957
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These Regulations prescribe the manner in which persons intending to publish old copyright works preserved in archives are to give notice of their intention if they do not know the identity of the copyright owner. Notice must be given by advertisement in a newspaper with a national circulation: it must appear twice, on the second occasion not less than two months before the date of publication. The details required to be inserted in the advertisement are indicated in Regulation 3.